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Brazil drives increase in worldwide forest loss
Australian bushfire smoke drifts to South America
False health news more popular on Facebook
Existing poverty index ‘ideal for assessing the SDGs’
Warmer years linked to more malaria in tropical highlands
Caribbean Science Foundation barely scraping by
WHO to select research projects on neglected diseases


Emerging economies alter global innovation landscape

A new survey shows that countries from China to Paraguay are making their mark on global patterns of innovation.



GM crop efficacy may be jeopardised by pest mutations

Chinese and American scientists have identified genetic mutations in crop pests that potentially threaten the efficacy of GM crops.



Launch of ‘inclusive’ wealth index reveals GDP limitations

A new Inclusive Wealth Indicator (IWI) index has revealed discrepancies between a nation's GDP and other types of capital.



Colombia’s mining royalties divide scientists

Colombian scientists have questioned the government's decision to give large portions of science royalties to areas with poor R&D ...



Scientists use global computer network to find leishmaniasis drugs

Colombian scientists are using grid computing in a pioneering search for drug candidates for leishmaniasis.


Pablo Correa

Pablo Correa


Pablo Correa is a freelance journalist for SciDev.Net.

He had his degree as Journalist and Professional in Literary Studies at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia. 

He has been linked to El Espectador newspaper since 2004. Pablo is currently the editor of health, environment and science of this newspaper.

Pablo won the Álvaro Gómez Hurtado Prize for Journalism in 2006, the Amway Prize for Environmental Journalism in 2014 and the Simón Bolívar National Journalism Prize in 2016 and in 2017.

In 2012 he was chosen as a fellow of the Knight Science Journalism Center of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has been a contributor to since 2010.

He is professor of scientific journalism at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. Author of the biography Rodolfo Llinas, the hard question (Aguilar – Random House, 2017). 

Contact Details: [email protected]; @pcorrea78
Location: Bogotá (Colombia).
Languages Spoken: Spanish, English.
Areas of Interests: Interaction of science, health and the environment.
Local/Demographic Interests: Colombia and the Caribbean.
Job Title: Freelance journalist